Saved shortens deadlines in Miami

Andrew
Saved He is taking advantage of his vacation days in Miami to get ready as soon as possible from the muscle injury he suffered with the Mexican national team and has prevented him from playing the Concacaf Gold Cup. The midfielder of Real
Betis he exercises with a private physical trainer and has already started to touch the ball, so he could advance the initially planned periods for his recovery -from four to six weeks- and participate in the final stretch of the preseason with his Real Betis teammates .

“Guarded presents a grade II injury to the left femoral biceps with an estimated recovery time of four to six weeks,” the Mexican Football Federation reported on June 29, although the midfielder may shorten those initial deadlines and, according to the images that he himself has uploaded to his instagram account, he already exercises with a certain normality.

In a photographic sequence, the Betic player can be seen touching the ball, jumping and finishing with his head -exercises that he performs under the supervision of physical trainer Jorge Rivera-, along with a message in which Guarded himself explains that he is taking «a little step more. 2021/2022 top training with @jorgeriverapt », along with some tags, such as one referring to his recovery, others to joy and motivation, and a last one dedicated to the verdiblanco team: #ganasdebetis.

Guarded has not participated in the first pre-season stage that concludes this Saturday in Swiss lands, but he could do it in the second -from July 26 to 31 in England-, or in the third -the first week of August in Marbella-.